Speaking publicly for the first time in a month, Odell Beckham Jr. said Sunday on ESPN he might have "regrets" about the day trip Giants receivers took to Miami the Monday before they lost to the Packers in the playoffs.
Beckham went on to downplay the damage he inflicted on a Lambeau Field wall after the 38-13 loss.
ESPN host Suzy Kolber referenced a comment Victor Cruz made saying the trip "wasn't worth it" in her question to Beckham.
"Kind of going off what (Cruz) said, I saw his statement and I talked to him about it," Beckham said. "And I think what he was saying was all the extra attention and distraction it caused for our team and our organization, I don't think any of us wanted that, and that's where the regrets may, may lie.
"But as far as going back on it, you live and you learn You make decisions and you have to live with the consequences, and you have to be willing to do that. And that was the case. It's something that I'll be able to look back on in life, and you just grow from it. And that's all you can do. You have to take it and move on. I can't sit back and keep continuing to dwell on it. Otherwise, I wouldn't really be living life."
He then addressed the hole he put in the wall outside the Giants locker room after ESPN's Steve Young told Beckham he had made "other holes" at Lambeau Field when asking his question.
"Honestly, I didn't sit there - I've learned my lesson about that - so I didn't sit there and punch a wall, man. It was literally, it was a piece of paper, sheet rock, and uh, it just happened."
Former Jets and Bills coach Rex Ryan, also a guest on "Sunday Countdown", said he supported Beckham.
"You know what's great?" Ryan said. "Like everybody, the entire league, what you and everybody else have in common, you're not perfect. That's just the way it is. You can come play for me anytime. I've got to get a job first, but that's the way it goes."